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The details of what was going on.... Capt Phillips's thoughts... the rescue fron the Navy's eyes...
The rescue.... (the moves did a terrible job with it)
The audiobook was far superior in detail... the movie changed many things to shorten the story. I am glad I did the audiobook first, my wife didn't believe me so we listened to it together after seeing the movie.... we both agree the book is much better.
The twists in the story that kept you on the edge of your seat.
Too many good parts to pick a best... a great read, a great movie but the audiobook was by far the best of the options,
A great history lesson. Hardships due to war.
Several, probably the ending, forgiveness.
The persistence of Louie during the persecution.
Top 5 out of over a 100 so far...
Issac Bell, just a great down to earth detective....
Yes.... except I have to work and sleep... so it took 3 sittings.
Cussler did an absolute great job in the writing and the next three books are almost as good.
Yes, couldn't turn it off and go to sleep.
Mikey of course...
Yes, didn't see the ending coming. Loved it.
Lots of lost sleep... just couldn't turn it off and go to bed.
This was my first Paul Costanzo and Renee Raudman performance and now I am looking at others to add to my list. Absolutely great!
First Catherine Coulter book, found it by accident and a great find it was, looking forward to more of her writing.
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